2013 Laminitis Conference
- November 1-3, 2013
- West Palm Beach, FL
Tailored hoof care and husbandry practices could help affected horses return to health.
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One farrier developed a program for rehabilitating horses recovering from EMS-associated laminitis.
Photo by Courtesy Daisy Bicking
Intra-arterial injection is the "preferred" technique for administrating MSCs to the horse's foot.
Photo by Mathieu Spriet, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVR, ECVDI
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